Used Car Buying Guide – August 2019
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Overview: Ratings, recommendations, reliability reports, safety and price comparisons from the world’s largest consumer testing center. Helps consumers make better choices for everything from cars to cell phone service. The only magazine of its kind: Expert, independent, nonprofit. 100% unbiased. Consumer Reports accepts no outside advertising.
Genre: Magazine –
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This Ain’t the Beer That You’re Used To: A Beginners Guide To Good Beer by way of Dom "Doochie" Cook
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Overview: What’s your first concept while you pay attention the phrase “beer”? I’m no thoughts reader; but when I needed to take a wager, It can be that your face is scrunched up announcing, “eww”, “yuck”, “that is disgusting”, “it is reasonable” or “it is nasty” and the record is going on. But what if I instructed you that you are improper? What if I instructed you that you have not a clue to what beer is? What if I instructed you that beer is not anything that you just suppose it’s and the entirety that you just suppose it is not? What if I instructed you that beer tastes truly excellent? Would you consider that it is flavorful and that it pairs nice with meals? Could you consider that this is a luxurious? Can your thoughts be open to the truth that you could have been finessed into believing a lie this complete time; and in the event you opened your thoughts and stepped outdoor of your convenience zone, it’s possible you’ll simply to find your subsequent favourite beverage? Would that be sufficient so that you can pay attention me out? Yes? Well, stroll with me as we check out beer and you’re going to see that, “this ain’t the beer that you are used to.”
Genre: Non-Fiction > Biographies & Memoirs
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I Used to Be a Miserable F*ck: An Everyman’s Guide to a Meaningful Life by John Kim
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Overview: The Angry Therapist who has helped thousands of men find more happiness in their relationships and more purpose in their lives now shares his insights with everyone in this powerful guide-self-help in a shotglass-covering essential topics, from vulnerability and posturing to workouts and women.
Deep in post-divorce soul searching, John Kim came to an astonishing realization: he was a miserable f*ck who might just be to blame for the problems in his life. Armed with this new insight, he began The Angry Therapist blog-an admission that, while he was a licensed therapist and life coach, he was no better than the people who sought his advice. In his first post, “My Fucking Feelings,” he wrote about the struggles and shortcomings that had led him to this point. As his work caught on, catapulting him into the role of unlikely and unconventional guide for thousands of people all over the world, Kim evolved from behaving like a boy to living like a man-and showed his clients how to do so as well.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Health, Fitness & Medical
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The Issues We Used to Say by Natalia Ginzburg
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Overview: A prize-winning basic of Italian literaure gives an autobiographical, deeply imaginative, and literary exploration of the character of household, evoked by rising up in Italy through the rise and fall of fascism earlier than and after World Warfare II.
‘I’ve written solely what I keep in mind’. Natalia Ginzburg insists that this e-book, by which she has invented nothing, needs to be learn ‘with out asking roughly of it than a novel can provide’. In it, she turns a novelist’s devastatingly observant eye on her dad and mom, her siblings and her personal childhood and youth to supply a ruthless, comedian and intimate portrait of a household residing by means of harmful occasions. Ginzburg’s household have been actively anti-fascist and her father was Jewish; the novel spans the interval from the rise of fascism by means of the German occupation of Italy, throughout which Ginzburg’s husband died by the hands of the Nazis. Combining the quirkiness of household sayings with the stoicism of private struggling, this is a fascinating and genuine document of survival and loss.
Style: Biographies & Memoirs
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